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Nov 3, 2009
Greg talks to very funny friend Margaret Cho. Margaret talks about the sex life she's been living since she last talked to Greg, and lately, she's been more involved with her ass then she used to be.
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  • almost four years ago
    Zaferimsin
    I normally try not to get eaneggd with issues before the Indian Wells City Council, but yesterday my wife and I sat in on the council meeting to observe the discussion relative to the request for $250,000 from the Children’s Discovery Museum. I should have sensed what was to come when as the meeting began 5 or 6 children ages 5-7 were ushered into the second row of the council chambers, and some of the directors of the Children’s Discovery Museum, led by our own Richard Oliphant filled in the first row of seats. As the public comment segment began, or as I later learned, the public charade segment, the first group called to speak included those residents who questioned the appropriateness of a gift of this magnitude given the apparent financial constraints now facing the City. The second group called to speak included those who asked the Council not to turn it’s back on children. One woman commented that she had actually seen several children in Indian Wells recently, and that the Council should also recognize that the people who worked in the City also had children that should be considered. Finally in this second group of women one mother related what a profound effect the Museum had on her daughter, then we later discovered that her daughter was 26 years old, and the speaker was very likely from Palm Desert. Finally the third group spoke in this charade, and this group included several key members of the Board of Directors of the Museum. During this segment we were told that the original plans for expansion of the Museum called for $13 million, but because of the bad economy, and perhaps the untimely passing of Mrs. Annenberg the project was scaled back to a mere $4 million. At this point you could feel a sigh of relief settle over the entire audience. Finally the keynote speaker for the group, Richard Oliphant took the podium and promptly gave the Council a lesson in history, a subject in which Mr. Oliphant is well versed. During this segment it was enlightening to hear Mr. Oliphant recount how in the “old” days the Museum would include on it’s Board council members from all the surrounding communities, and when funding needs arose these council members would simply bring the requests back to their respective communities and the funding needs of the Museum were always satisfied. Aaah, for the GOOD OLD DAYS, but then I digress, after the history lesson the charade moved into the final phase where the Council was finally asked to participate. At this time it was apparent that each council member had carefully crafted their response in favor of the Museum’s request. The comments began with a rather obscure biblical reference, and a statement that the City of Indian Wells was not sinking like the Titanic. The next council member apparently maintains a scorecard at home recording all those opposed and those in favor. His comments provided the results of his survey. The next council member admitted that he had at one time been on the board of the Museum, and he was firm in his support of the $250,000 request. At this point there was not a single question or even reference to the preceding public comments. Not one council member took the opportunity to ask the Museum board members how it happened that they had approved a $4 million expansion project without having the funding both firmly in place and committed prior to undertaking the expansion. No council member sought clarification of the current financial status of the Museum, or questioned whether there was a plan in place to ensure financial stability going forward. No council member enquired as to what commitment was made by the cities of Palm Springs, La Quinta, Indio, or Desert Hot Springs, each of which have many children and should also participate in this funding request. It was truly a dismal display, and at that point I left the meeting wondering, is this the best we can do???? Richard Schneider
  • almost four years ago
    Sergey
    Greg Johnson Resigns: Mullany, Powers, Roche & Spicer Have FailedIf the Indian Wells City Council thinks Mr. Johnson’s rtiagnieson is the end they’re wrong. It’s only the end of the beginning. Mr. Johnson will be sued over the Haddon Libby firing. He’ll claim he was acting in his role as City Manager, he’ll involve our City in his indemnification and that of culpable Council members. Our expensive City Attorney (whose advice or lack thereof failed to prevent this mess) and his firm’s specialists in labor law, contracts and litigation will crank up their billings for depositions and discovery costing the City hundreds of thousands. The case will drag on eventually ending with an out of court settlement of seven figures paid by the City by us. Mr. Johnson’s pension and benefits though will continue forever. At yesterday’s Council Meeting citizens were vocal and unified in their displeasure with the bad judgment, negative publicity, excessive spending, petty in-fighting and ethical shenanigans of the current City Council. Julia Libby, tearful and ill with breast cancer, had undeniable moral authority pleading for answers from the council, “I immigrated to America because of Freedom. What was the motive? Why did you hurt my family, my daughter?” She got a standing ovation. I was proud of my fellow citizens. It was nice to see agent-of-change Doug Hanson get a big round of applause three times, a sign of his strong and growing support. Attorney Dana Cephas, bless his soul, impishly returned to the podium again and again to challenge the Council. He’s the conscience of the City and the unwavering thorn in the side of the Council. It’s uncomfortable, it isn’t pretty but hats off to him for doing this important work with energy, passion, smarts and humor. The Right Thing To DoMayor Mullany, trying to dodge questions looked to the City Attorney as if to say, “Help me, please!” The room erupted in laughs and howls when he claimed, “It’s inappropriate to ask questions and expect answers.” Pushed by Jackie Bradley, he admitted guilt in The Great Car Wash Scandal. Comparing his son’s corporate layoff to Mr. Libby’s retaliatory firing was crude. On the agenda item about IW Resort Golf Carts Mr. Mullany pushed hard for the most expensive and least responsible option. Bowing to the inevitable he voted for the conspicuously better plan. Funding was cut for numerous worthy causes yet a budget squeeze could have been averted with better management, more proportionate salaries & benefits, hidden perks. He snapped at residents’ from the podium continuing a pattern of cranky imperiousness. Dear Mayor Mullany, the City’s troubles started on your watch. You have failed. You lack the confidence of the citizens. If you care about this City do the right thing, resign immediately. Mr. Powers, with apparent pride, admitted to over $700 in car washes at City expense.It isn’t the money it’s the flagrant arrogance, his belief that City coffers are his piggy bank. Public Service life is about ethics. Dear Mr. Powers, you have failed. You lack the confidence of the citizens. If you care about this City and want a return to civility and Good Government do the right thing, announce now you will not stand for re-election in 2012.Mrs. Roche showed she’s the most incendiary figure on the Council. She smirked, scorned, grimaced, rolled her eyes and then threw up her hands at citizen comments. She took the mic for a sanctimonious lecture to citizens on being “cordial” and not sending emails. (Mary, my neighbors are educated, high net worth professionals so displeased they joke about marching with pitchforks and torches ) Within 10 seconds of her sermon, she was snarky and impolite to Mr. Hanson and to Mayor Mullany. Clearly, her temperament isn’t in check for Council work. She’s out of her depth on budget issues. The City’s challenges are beyond her experience. Her heart isn’t in it. She’s obviously unhappy. Dear Mrs. Roche, you’ve set the negative tone in City Hall for over a year. Your battle against Mr. Hanson set the pattern for the Libby case. If you care about this City return Good Government and civility to our politics. Do the right thing, resign immediately. Mr. Spicer was mostly silent. He looked tired, pale, as if he just wanted to go home and nap. He was woefully unprepared for funding discussions on Golf carts, The Living Desert, The Chamber of Commerce, The Desert Forum and more totaling millions. His questions were basic, he seemed confused. He wasn’t adding value. Dear Mr. Spicer, if you care about this city do the right thing, announce now you will not stand for re-election in 2012. On the golf course, at tennis, in coffee shops, at dinner parties and out walking the dog everyone is talking. People love this special City which explains their frustration with the Council’s poor performance. Below is the definition of “Loyal Opposition.” Help return Good Government to Indian Wells. Get involved. Stay involved. We can do better. “Loyal Opposition is applied to the non-governing parties or dissenting citizens who oppose the actions of sitting elected officials while maintaining loyalty to the government itself. The concept permits the dissent necessary for a functioning democracy, so the policies of the governing body can be challenged without fear of retribution or being accused of crimes against the state. In the U.S. the idea goes back to the rivalry between Jefferson and Hamilton. A questioning opposition that holds officials to account is now widely accepted and practiced in varying forms in every democracy in the world.”